Nope, we haven't and if I know anything we won't be doing that anytime soon. Rather we will be playing politics on it, until everyone in the audience gets disgusted by it. Then eventually we will get to the stage where we will genuinely repent and apologise for it. But getting to the apology stage won't come easy or fast. A lot of the culprits are still sitting in positions of power and getting them to face justice won't be easy, especially given the fact that our courts are lethargic as f*ck. But, there has been some positive movements happening every now and then. One recent case was this :Has India apologised to the Sikhs for 1984 yet? Rather more than 370 killed.
Sounds like you shot yourselves anyway.
We’re following in the footsteps of a squad of British Indian troops, 50 Gurkhas, Baluchi and Pathan Muslims and a few Sikhs armed with Enfield rifles and another 50 Gurkhas armed only with kukri knives, commanded by a couple of British officers. They took up position, facing a huge crowd estimated at between 5,000 and 30,000. Only 30 seconds later, their commanding officer, Brigadier-General Reginald (‘Rex’) Dyer ordered his men to open fire.
Two Gurkhas later remarked with evident relish: “While it lasted it was splendid. We fired every round we had.”
"Sir "Michael O Dwyer, proud Irishman was the Governor of the Punjab then who got sent to his reward by Udham Singh. Wiki the information.Sounds like you shot yourselves anyway.
You seemed to enjoy killing yourselves too.
Quite worrying really.
Singh received his own reward shortly after."Sir "Michael O Dwyer, proud Irishman was the Governor of the Punjab then who got sent to his reward by Udham Singh. Wiki the information.
Meanwhile same time in what's RoI now -
Irish War of Independence - Wikipedia
Royal Irish Constabulary - Wikipedia
You've got to hand it to the Brits. They made is right each other successfuly for nearly 2 centuries and scrammed out in 1947 but they did to the Irish the same for more than 7 centuries culminating in The Good Friday Agreement in 1998. Says a lot about the Irish.